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Tsahizn Tseh ƸӜƷ Goyakhala
Backyard Full of Butterflies ~ A mix of nectar producing and larval-food species. 17 flowers: Bebbia, Blue Pygmy Aster, Desert Marigold, Desert Senna, Desert Sunflower, Indian Blanket-Flower, Fairy Duster, Brittlebush, Silverbells, Prairie Coneflower, Parryi Agave, Owls Clover, Bladderpod, and others.
Organic Golden Jojoba , Jojoba was originally called "Hohowi” by Southwestern Native American Indians, and known as "the miracle plant of the desert.” Traced back to 1585, Jojoba can grow up to 10 feet with 30-foot roots and can live to 100 years old. The oil is actually a liquid wax contained in the plant’s dark brown bean. Jojoba has an indefinite shelf life with no refrigeration and does not go rancid since it is not an "oil”.Organic Golden Jojoba is the highest quality of Jojoba
Members of the Amaryllis Family, century plants take many years to flower, although not a century. The Century Plant provided Native Americans with a source of soap, food, fiber, medicine and weapons.
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Cactus southwestern style abstract art by MokiTradingPost on Etsy
4 FEATHERS INDIAN WAR PONY....want to know what the MARKINGS mean....http://www.aaanativearts.com/native-american-symbols/733-war-paint-symbols/276-indian-symbols-used-on-the-war-horse.html#axzz295wospzZ
M BALDWIN APPALOOSA INDIAN WAR PONY OIL PAINTING HORSE ART by MARCIA BALDWIN